Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of Deployments/SAMBRO/Evaluation


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06/19/16 09:31:37 (6 years ago)
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Biplov Bhandari
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    6161The objective evaluation is part of the controlled-exercises. The Publishers and Subscribers will exercise successive iterations of the steps forming:  a goal, intentions, and actions. This is a Human Computer Interaction (HCI) technique. The Publishers would execute the actions related to issuing alerts. The Subscribers would discuss the actions they would execute for specific alerts received. In each case the participants would perceive the state of the world, interpret the state of the world, and evaluate the outcome.
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    63 We will install the CAM Studio screen capture software to record the user Interaction Techniques. The screen capture software will capture the behaviour of the user and the sequence of executing each process. This will also provide the Evaluators with insights of the Usability and the Operational Efficiency of the system. The alert messages saved in SAMBRO will be used to determine the data quality as well as Email and SMS received by the Subscribers will determine the Data Quality.
     63We will install the CAM Studio screen capture software ([http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/Deployments/SAMBRO/Evaluation#CamStudio see setup here]) to record the user Interaction Techniques. The screen capture software will capture the behaviour of the user and the sequence of executing each process. This will also provide the Evaluators with insights of the Usability and the Operational Efficiency of the system. The alert messages saved in SAMBRO will be used to determine the data quality as well as Email and SMS received by the Subscribers will determine the Data Quality.
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    6565Observers, namely members of the project team, will be provided assessment guidelines to evaluate the Publishers and Subscribers during the controlled-exercises. The Observer will report details on the operational usability, timeliness, and any other noteworthy observations.